Problems and Perspectives in a Heterogeneous Field
The choice of case studies aims to capture a broad range of service sector employment, in terms of both working conditions and employment relations arrangements. As well as covering a number of key sectors, the choice of home countries of the selected firms also aims to capture the impact of national influences for the main industrial relations models in Europe. Overall, the study offers insights into the complexities of the Europeanization of company-level industrial relations in a dynamic field now also confronted by the convulsions unleashed by the Eurozone crisis.
Chapter 11: The service sector and the Europeanization of industrial relations: Challenges and perspectives
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The service sector and the Europeanization of industrial relations: Challenges and perspectives
Whereas the preceding chapter aimed to condense our empirical findings from the case studies in relation to the theoretical approach and main concepts used, and, as should be the case in case-study research, cautiously offer some tentative generalizations based on these, this final chapter sweeps more broadly across the political and economic environment and the prospects for our topic within this.
In particular, it addresses future challenges and perspectives for Europeanization against the background of both the successes experienced in this area as well as the shortcomings in the processes of transnationalization that we have uncovered in the course of our research.
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